Changes to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
Information for CPP retirement pension recipients (60-65 years)
Will you continue working while receiving your CPP retirement pension?
- Starting in 2012, if you are under 65 and you work while receiving your CPP retirement pension, you and your employer will have to make mandatory CPP contributions. These contributions go toward the new Post-Retirement Benefit (PRB). Learn more about how you can apply the PRB to your own retirement plans.
Tools and Resources:
Check out the following tools and resources we have available related to CPP changes and retirement planning.
- Retirement Planning
- C-51 Factsheet
- Canadian Retirement Income Calculator
- Recent changes and your retirement plans
Learn more about all the changes to the CPP.
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